Arthur Berman is one of the few voices who has continually warned of the poor economics of shale drilling. I’m a personal fan of his work and courage to speak out. He was interviewed a couple of weeks ago by CBS News about Chesapeake’s meltdown. Have a look: You can find his work at the […]
President Obama speaks regularly about how the United States government should encourage the development and deployment of clean technology to reduce our dependence on oil, especially the oil imported from countries that hate us. I couldn’t agree more. The problem is, though, that no matter who sits in the White House, there are thousands of […]
Here’s a video of the interview I did with Rachel on the second anniversary of the blowout of BP’s Macondo Well:
Tonight at 9:50 pm central time marks the exact time that BP’s deepwater well named Macondo blew out, killing eleven workers, destroying Transocean’s Deepwater Horizon, and putting 5 million barrels of oil into the water 5,000 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the world has moved on since then, thinking […]
Good article about our import/export imbalance of oil. The fact that O’Reilly is wrong about oil supply shouldn’t be surprising to anyone since he’s wrong on most everything else. http://www.theoildrum.com/node/8981#more
Josh Fox arrested on Capitol Hill.
Kate Shepherd reports on emails released under FOIA that confirms what we feared during the BP Macondo well blowout: in an effort to get the blowout off the television, the government downplayed the environmental damage. in her report in Mother Jones yesterday, Kate reports on the emails. Report: White House Pressured Scientists to Underestimate BP […]